Last night, Tom Holland posted a new “Spider-Man: Homecoming” photo to his personal Instagram account. It’s easy to assume that he’s happy with his collaboration with director Jon Watts and Michael Keaton. The actor reveals that he’ll soon upload several more photos to give an idea of the story.

From this picture, it’s impossible to pick out specific plot details, but it appears to have come from a sequence in the latter half of the movie. Holland wears his homemade Spider-Man outfit during his time at the dark warehouse.

It would not be wrong to say that there are only a few superhero movies that win the hearts of Hollywood fans.

Ever since Sam Raimi brought Spider-Man to life two decades ago, dozens of superhero films have been released.

Peter Parker is always forefront when it comes to developing a "Spider-Man" film. This time, he has joined hands with the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the thriller “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

Tom’s views about the movie

According to Tom, the idea of Parker fighting his own battle and seeking a successful career has played a significant role in the overarching theme of “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Following the events of “Captain America: Civil War,” Tom and his mentors Tony and Parker try to balance their lives.

They want to get rid of all problems and seek admission at the New York University (NYU).

But a group of criminals is active within the city, so the three decide to fight against the criminals. A recently released teaser trailer gives glimpses of the character of Martin Star, the 34-year-old actor who previously portrayed Gilfoyle on “Silicon Valley.”

It seems that Martin is playing a villain who tries to destroy the human population.

But he is given tough time by the three heroes of the film. Previously, we thought that Martin is portraying a teacher in this movie, but now it has been confirmed that he’ll appear as a criminal.

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

The film has been directed and written by Jon Watts, with dialogues by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein.

This upcoming American movie is based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man. Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios have fully financed the project, and Sony Pictures acquires the US distribution rights. It is a reboot of the “Spider-Man” film franchise.

Marvel has made a conscious decision to not include any previous characters in this movie, including Carroll and The Daily Bugle. Jon Favreau is reprising his role as Happy Hogan from the “Iron Man” series. The film will swing its way into theaters this July.